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How to pass your MOT first time

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September is one of the most common times for motorists to get their MOT done, yet 40% of cars fail first time. Here’s how to pass with flying colours – with the added bonus of saving money too. 

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Confused.com's gas & electricity best-buy table

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No one wants to pay over the odds for their gas and electricity. Check our energy best-buy table to compare cheap gas and electricity suppliers.

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Tesco launches no-fee 0% credit card

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Tesco has launched a new market-leading credit card today that doesn’t charge a penny on balance transfers. We take a closer look.

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Switch & save! Energy deals ending August & September 2014

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A number of gas and electricity deals expire in August and September 2014. Don't wait for your bill to rise. Switch now to save money on future bills.

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Six reasons you won't get a mortgage

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New lending rules means the banks have more excuses than ever to turn down home-loan customers. We explain how to avoid being caught out.

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Mrs Moneypenny's 10 tips to secure your financial future

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Mrs Moneypenny, FT columnist and the face of Channel 4's SuperScrimpers programme, shares 10 steps you can take this year to secure your financial future.

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Car buyers set to benefit from rise in part-exchange values

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A lack of top-quality used cars means anyone with a good-condition vehicle to trade in may be able to bag a bargain. We explain how to take advantage.

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Blog: Why I hate giving cash as a wedding gift

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Nearly half of us are being asked to stump up cash instead of wedding gifts, finds new research. A sign of the times or plain bad manners asks Sue Hayward?

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Don't fall for this currency trick

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It might seem more convenient to settle bills in sterling while you’re abroad. But beware: you could be falling into an expensive trap.

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Insurers act to end renewal rip-offs

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The UK's insurance companies say they are planning to give customers a clearer picture when it comes to renewing motor and home policies.

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